In this new video, guitarist Tim McDonald demonstrates the Studio Lâg Plus preamp system. This is the preamp that is built into every Lâg 200, 300 and 400 Series Tramontane acoustic/electric guitar. The five presets offer spectacular tone for a variety of styles. Plus, there's a tuner, a bypass, an additional tone control and, of course, a volume knob.
Positive Grid has announced JamUp, a new multi-effect guitar app and guitar interface for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. With new tonal innovation, JamUp gives guitarists access to a load of authentic tones, iTunes Jam Player and the very first sound-on-sound phrase sampler on the iOS device. You also can download JamUp Lite for free for 30 days.
Peavey has announced the Xport, a high-fidelity, portable 1/4-inch jack-to-USB audio interface for electric guitar and bass. Xport uses a standard USB cable to connect your guitar to a personal computer or laptop.
In the following videos, Guitar World's Paul Riario reviews the new Maxon SM9Pro+ Super Metal Distortion Pedal. Check out the "Sounds" video for the product demo, and "Features" to check out the product details and get our final verdict!
In the following videos, Guitar World's Paul Riario reviews the new Zoom G2.1DM Dave Mustaine Signature Edition Pedal. Check out the "Sounds" video for the product demo, and "Features" to check out the product details and get our final verdict!
NYC Pedalboards is a company based out New York City (as one might have guessed) that was founded in 2001 by a gigging bassist named Mike Ruskin. He started by building a pedalboard for his band’s guitar player, and the concept took off from there. Since then, the company has grown to include artists like Gus G. (Ozzy Osbourne) and Death Cab for Cutie.
In this video, Guitar World's Paul Riario reviews the HardWire HT-6 Polphonic Tuner. The HT-6, among other great features, can power up to six other nine-volt pedals with an optional DC power adapter and daisy chain cable.